Pumpkin coloring pages are a great activity for Halloween, Fall, and Thanksgiving too. These sheets are all free to print!
Coloring is a fun way for adults and children of all ages to develop creativity, focus, fine motor skills and relieve stress. Here are some of our favorite coloring pages for kids (and adults).
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How to Print
I hope these printable pumpkin coloring pages bring you hours of fun! Just click the links below each image to download and print.
Free Pumpkin Coloring Pages
Spend hours relaxing with this beautiful zen doodle pumpkin. Zen doodling is the art of drawing designs using structured patterns. A Zen doodle uses small drawings or doodles that are surrounded by repetitive patterns and is colored. A Zentangle is done with black ink and shading with no color.
Add your own details and even a face to this free printable pumpkin,
Halloween Pumpkin Coloring Pages
Celebrate the season with these adorable designs. Halloween coloring sheets are perfect for home, parties & classroom activities.
This stack of silly pumpkins might provide the perfect inspiration for so fantastic pumpkin carving!
Help preschoolers and young children develop writing skills with this darling pumpkin.
This printable jack o lantern is so happy. Little ones will love this one for sure!
Halloween Coloring Pages
Enjoy more fun sheets especially for Halloween. Just click the link below for more designs.
Print all the pages and make your own coloring book! Coloring pages are fun! Which is your favorite?
Witch Coloring Pages
If you are coloring to celebrate Halloween be sure to color some cute witches. Click the link to choose from some great witch coloring sheets.
supplies for pumpkin coloring pages
- White printer paper
- Non-toxic crayons for toddlers, or…
- Your favorite way to color: crayons, colored pencils, thin markers, tempura paint, watercolors…
- Optional: You may want scissors or safety scissors for kids and glue sticks, glue dots or my favorite glue gun if you’re using these coloring pages for a project
My daughter loves to color with colored pencils and gel pens (aff. link). She especially loves the vibrant and metallic colors. Thin markers also make dramatic designs.
More Ways to Have Fun!
We love getting crafty. Keeping an arsenal of crafts and activities on hand keeps us from turning on a screen. Instead, turn on creativity. Coloring sheets are especially helpful to keep on hand for a quick activity. Here are some more ideas for being creative.